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Jul 10, 2013 5:00am EDT
angie's list. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. >>> inside the cockpit, landing at sfo. we're going to show you what the pilots of the doomed jetliner saw moments before they crashed. >>> game change. job change. is sarah palin ready to run for another office? the job she now says she's considering. >>> oh, and baby's first car. how a toddler shocked her parents by buying a car. yes, she, that little girl bought a car all by herself. you're not going to believe this one. >> they paid for it. they were stuck. >> welcome back, everyone, i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. >>> south korea is now ordering sweeping inspections on airlines in that country, also reviewing training practices there. it will be months before u.s. investigators determine an exact cause for the crash. but right now the ntsb is zeroing in on the actions of the crew on board asiana airlines flight 214. the plane came in too low and too slow, and crashed on landing in san francisco, killing two passengers. not only was a pilot in training trying to land say boeing 777 for the first time at san francisc
Jul 9, 2013 5:00pm EDT
taking the exact same path that the 777 took into sfo on a parallel runway. what's going through your mind as you approach? >> right now i have to make sure my air speed is sufficient. making sure i don't go below my minimum approach speed. which i am currently way above that right now. so right now i look at the glide path, make sure it's a nice visual glide path and make sure i run past the runway and try to land on the marker. i want to reach my air speed now. constantly monitoring the outside visual, and making sure i'm not coming short or long. and 200 feet below where the seabed is. >> anything unusual about landing at this airport? >> you can see right over here, the runways are really close. they are paired probably around between 750 feet. if the other runway was in use, we would make sure to look constantly to our left to see the traffic next to us. also you have to make sure there is traffic holding wait to take off. as soon as we touch down, we have a 777 right here waiting to take off. just like it was on saturday morning. >> when you hit 400 feet, what goes through your
Jul 8, 2013 4:00pm EDT
flown a 777 but his first attempt at landing it at sfo, which has unique challenges, like narrow landing description, right at the water's edge and unpredictable wind. and this day there was an added challenge, that pilots could not rely on an instrument landing system, they were down for construction. looking at the burned out hunk of the fuselage that's still sitting there, it's hard to believe that all but it would have the 307 passengers and crew survived. 123 of them amazingly, miraculously walked away on their own. still 182 were hospitalized. some were paralyzed and for many life may never be the same. sarah is outside san francisco general hospital where some of the victims are recovering. what's the latest you're hearing? >> reporter: i can tell you some sad news for many of the families here because at least two of the patients that are in the hospital here have been paralyzed according to doctors. and so their entire lives changed by just something that happened really in a split second. also there are seven patients here still recovering, sex of them critical, one of
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